MEMS LAB

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY
CONTACT:
PROF. TIM DALLAS
tim.dallas@ttu.edu
TTU MEMS

Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) are key components of many electronic devices, providing high accuracy sensing, as well as precision positioning. We focus on applying MEMS based solutions to extreme applications and environments.

OUR PEOPLE

Tim Dallas, PhD

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Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Bengie Ortiz

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Graduate Student

Farid Nassir and Marielena Ponce

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REU Students - UniNorte (Colombia)

UniNorte Students

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REU Summer 2017

 
TESTIMONIALS

“First and foremost, thank you. I have been thoroughly impressed with the results of what you have put together. I will be placing all of the files on thumb drives to share with our staff and partner schools in Uganda, so they can be accessed at all times, and on a pace that fits each school moving forward. The curriculum you all formulated will drastically increase the learning rate of our educators and the students at our partner schools, making the projectors and computers that we have provided this year have the largest impact possible. You are helping hope rise across Uganda through your efforts, so again I say thank you. I will be personally delivering these files in September when I am back in Uganda, and we will institute the full curriculum during the next school year beginning in February 2017.”

– Mike Warneke, Fields of Dreams Uganda

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Texas Tech University MEMS Lab